ABOUT THE OFFICE OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT (OFM)
Mark Sauchuk, Director of OFM
Provide a safe, comfortable workspace
through quality facilities and responsive service.
OFM is committed to maintaining, and operating its owned/leased facilities in an energy efficient and sustainable manner that strives to achieve a balance that will realize high standards of space in an economically viable manner consistent with Agency missions.
In doing so and where appropriate, we encourage the use of life cycle concepts, performance measurement and verification methods that utilize good science and lead to sustainable buildings.
Establish and follow a common set of sustainable guiding principles for integrated design, energy performance, water conservation, indoor environmental quality, and materials aimed at helping state agencies:
Reduce the total ownership/lease cost facilities;
Improve energy efficiency and water conservation;
Provide safe, healthy, and productive operated/leased environments; and,
Promote sustainable environmental stewardship.
OFM operates under the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, Division of Capital Assets Management and maintains seventeen buildings, including the State Capitol, Governor's Mansion and buildings in the Capitol Complex, as well as the Kerr-Edmondson buildings in Tulsa.
The total space managed is approximately 2.2 million square feet. In addition, OFM is responsible for maintenance of the State Capitol Park, mansion grounds and all bond projects in state buildings.